Suicide Clean Up

Suicide was the tenth-largest cause of death overall in the United States in 2019, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) WISQARS, claiming the lives of over 47,500 people. It is a harsh reality that over 50,000 persons committed suicide in the United States alone at the time this article was written in 2021. Families are left with emotional trauma and a lot of questions in these instances. However, there are immediate practical tasks that they must do. Suicide clean-up and cleaning up the location of incidence is one of them.

Our cleaning crew and suicide cleanup technicians at CSI, Crime Scene Intervention, practice universal precautions, wear personal protective equipment and are highly trained to properly remove the blood and biological materials, bodily fluids, and blood – which could contain bacteria and diseases like Hepatitis B and C, HIV, E. coli, or MRSA. Request immediate assistance or call (561) 250- 0822 to speak with a customer care advisor right away.

Top-Rated Suicide Cleanup Services

We understand how difficult it can be to cope with the trauma of losing a family member, coworker, or friend to suicide. You may be left with a home or property that is littered with memories of the tragedy, and you’re unsure how to proceed with the suicide cleanup. For over 15 years, CSI Crime Scene Intervention has been dedicated to cleaning and remediating your home in a timely and safe manner so that you may move on from the tragedy. Our suicide cleanup staff is sensible and knowledgeable about assisting you in taking the next step toward recovery.

Trust us to eliminate all visible evidence of blood, body fluids, and biological elements from the affected area. Following removal, we use EPA-rated disinfectants to clean, disinfect, and deodorize the impacted hard surfaces. Allow our professional suicide and blood cleanup specialists to give you peace of mind by providing services that can restore your house or property to a safe, living state.

Hire A Professional For Death Cleanup

Every suicide scene is different. Unfortunately, the body may have remained in place for several days in certain circumstances. In other circumstances, the cause of death may be violent, resulting in bodily fluids leaking into the room. Unfortunately, these unpleasant details mean that the space where the body was found becomes a biohazard location. 

When a person dies unattended, the afflicted areas, and often the entire house, must be thoroughly cleaned, disinfected, and deodorized. Blood and bodily fluids can hold harmful bloodborne pathogens that, if not treated, can spread bacteria and smells. Our expert cleanup personnel follow OSHA guidelines, wear suitable personal protective safety equipment (PPE), and are trained and experienced in cleaning, disinfecting, and decontaminating for everyone’s safety.

When you choose a professional company specializing in proper disinfection of all the visible traces in case of any traumatic incident; they will take care of this potentially hazardous and distressing work in order to protect family members from further trauma. The substantial safety and health risks posed by a death in a home or rental unit must be considered by homeowners and property managers. You can help preserve the health and safety of current and future residents by hiring a professional suicide cleanup service.

Professional Crime Scene Cleanup & Restoration Services

Homicide, suicide, assault, and other incidents can result in blood, bodily fluids, and even death at a crime scene. But what happens when a situation, that you’d ordinarily only see on TV, comes to life? Because it affects your life, your property, and everyone you care about, the results are far more intense than even the most dramatic show. Crime scene clean-up poses a number of health concerns to the individual doing the cleaning as well as everyone who enters the area in the future.

CSI, Crime Scene Intervention, is a top-rated crime scene cleanup company with Certified Sanitation Services available across South Florida. After the police, investigators, and forensic scientists have left, the crime scene is still coated with evidence and left for the victim’s grieving family or the property owner to deal with. If you’re in this scenario, please reach out to us for assistance. Whether you wish to restore the crime scene so you may continue living in the region or sell your property, our services can ensure everyone’s safety.

Who cleans up when someone commits suicide?

Do you have to cope with the fallout from a suicide? We understand that this is a tough and terrible time for you. We also recognize that the suicide of a loved one, a neighbor, an employee, or a renter is a tragic event. Many people feel that cleaning up after a body is gone is the responsibility of the police officer, paramedic, or firefighters, however, it is actually the obligation of the property owner.

Since 2005, CSI Crime Scene Intervention has provided professional suicide cleanup and crime scene cleanup and restoration services to every community in and around South Florida. Trust our knowledgeable and sympathetic experts to guide you through the procedures of crime scene cleanup and decontamination. For assistance, please contact our compassionate team. We are immediately ready to answer queries and discuss payment options.

Our team at CSI Crime Scene Intervention recognizes the necessity of managing sensitive issues securely and successfully, which is why we give rapid support in the cleaning and disposing of biological materials with discretion and care.